NZ vs SL, 1st Test: Day Two in pictures

Dimuth Karunaratne and Dinesh Chandimal led Sri Lanka's fightback with a 122-run stand after they were reduced to 2 for 29. Sri Lanka still trail New Zealand by 234 runs.

Neil Wagner's was the first wicket to fall in the day, New Zealand's ninth overall. He scored 7. Photo: AP
Doug Bracewell registered his highest Test score, 47, before falling lbw to Nuwan Pradeep. New Zealand finished their first innings on 431. Photo: AP
Seamer Pradeep finished as Sri Lanka's most successful bowler of the innings, with four wickets. Photo: AP
Sri Lanka's opener Kusal Mendis was dismissed for 8 in the ninth over. Debutant Udara Jayasundera fell soon after for 1 to leave Sri Lanka struggling at 29 for 2. Photo: AP
Dimuth Karunaratne, after scoring 84, fell to spinner Mitchell Santner. But by this time, Sri Lanka had recovered. They were at 151 for 3. Photo: AP
Dinesh Chandimal played slowly and settled into a fruitful partnership for the third wicket with Dimuth Karunaratne. Photo: AP
Tim Southee gained his first scalp, that of Sri Lanka's captain Angelo Mathews, about 15 overs before stumps. Sri Lanka still trail by 234 runs, with six wickets remaining. Photo: AP